Linux the popular BSP choice for PC/104 and SFF users PC/104 and Small Form Factors When choosing a Board Support Package (BSP) for PC/104 products, it is essential to pick the right one out of the gate to ensure that the development process starts efficiently, and to prevent major obsolescence and costly expenses in the long term. Windows XP going End of Life (EOL), funding cuts in defense programs, and the need for a larger developer base are all driving users toward Linux, even in military applications where a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is the more traditional choice. Read More About PC/104 and Small Form Factors PC/104 and Small Form Factors magazine, E-letter, and website are the engineer's journal for modular embedded design. Our editorial content and product database focus around PC/104, PC/104-Plus, and other small embedded form factors and their related technologies serving the following industries: * Aerospace * Communication * Industrial control * Process control * Medical * Military * Transportation * Telecommunications * Wireless * Research and development We work closely with the PC/104 Embedded Consortium and industry leaders to keep our readership abreast of changing industry standards, and promote the development and use of new PC/104 and other small embedded form factor products worldwide. More than 18,000 subscribers in print and 17,000 readers online receive our magazine four times a yearand subscriptions are free. For more details, visit us online at www.smallformfactors.com or our E-newsletter at www.smallformfactors.com/eletter. PC/104 & Small Form Factors magazine is published by OpenSystems Media.